Former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has inaugurated the first presidential center in Liberia dedicated to women empowerment and development. Launched at a colorful ceremony on Sunday, March 8 at the Farmington Hotel in Margibi, the center is named the Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Presidential Center for Women and Development.
The newly assigned judge of the Eighth Judiciary Circuit Court in Sanniquellie, Roland Dahn, has expressed happiness that the Criminal Court E in the county now has a judge.
Days after President George Weah delivered his third State of the Nation Address, some citizens of Bomi have expressed dissatisfaction over what they see as the administration’s neglect of their county in important national development efforts.
Former education minister George Kronnisanyon Werner has announced he is running to become senator of Grand Kru in senatorial elections later this year.
With less than nine months ahead of the 2020 midterm senatorial election, Margibi’s Senator Oscar Cooper has announced his re-election bid for the county’s senatorial seat.
The Council of Patriots, the organizer of the anti-government protest held on Monday, January 6, is demanding the dismissal of the inspector general of the Liberia National Police, Patrick Sudue, for the use of excessive force by police officers to disperse peaceful protesters.
The mayor of Unification City in Margibi, Samuel Berrien, has revealed the establishment of sister-city relations with two prominent cities in the United States. The sisterly ties with the cities of Waterloo, Iowa and Isanti, Minnesota, come following separate engagements between the mayor and his U.S. counterparts.
Indeed, Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine spent himself in a worthy cause for Liberia’s betterment. Sadly, like the many great sons and daughters before him whose legacies live only in distant fading memories, what is left of him will depend upon the society he leaves behind.